Shooters are Guilty for Shooting, not Protesters

When people commit homicides, the shooters are guilty and not anyone else. The police should stop blaming protesters. [Editor’s Note: This post applies to attempts to shut down criticism of police by blaming critics for the deaths of innocents (as following the links will confirm). It does NOT apply homicidal morons chanting for the death of police. In my opinion, those people are guilty whether or not anyone acts on what they say.] So, as you probably know, there have been some deaths Read more […]

JPMorgan Chase Leads the Way in the Ongoing “Banker Body Count” Story

The strange rash of deaths among key individuals connected with major banking concerns continues—and JPMorgan is front-and-center, once again. As reported in Since December of last year, JPMorgan Chase has been experiencing tragic, sudden deaths of workers on a scale which sets it alarmingly apart from other Wall Street mega banks. Adding to the concern generated by the deaths is the recent revelation that JPMorgan has an estimated $180 billion of life insurance in force Read more […]

More Than Just a Banker “Suicide” This Time: Whole Family Killed

Because everyone who gets an $11-million severance package hangs himself… after killing his family. From Bloomberg: Dutch authorities are investigating the deaths of former ABN Amro Netherlands’ Chief Executive Officer Jan Peter Schmittmann, his wife and a daughter, whose bodies were discovered two days ago in their home after a possible murder-suicide. “We are awaiting the outcome of an investigation of the bodies and on the basis of that information and other information we have gathered, Read more […]

Eric Holder Doesn’t Care About Chicago Murders

In his speech to the black sorority Delta Sigma Theta in D.C., Eric Holder said that he was resolved to combat violence directed at youths in light of the Zimmerman verdict:  “We are resolved, as you are, to combat violence involving or directed at young people, to prevent future tragedies and to deal with the underlying attitudes, mistaken beliefs and stereotypes that serve as the basis for these too common incidents. And we will never stop working to ensure that – in every case, in every Read more […]

Outlaw Friends and Relatives, Not Guns

July 20, 2012 a stranger walks into a movie theater in Aurora Colorado and opens fire on a crowd killing 12 and wounding 58 others. December 14, 2012 is stranger walks into an elementary school and opens fire on teachers and students killing 20 children and six adults. Strangers with guns committing violent crimes against people they don’t even know. The way the media and the Obama administration has handled these two situations you would think that we all needed to be looking out to protect Read more […]

How Many Mexican Homicides Involve DOJ Complicity?

It is important to remember that we only know a few corpses in the body count to which “Fast and Furious” has made a bloody contribution. Thus, the L. A. Times reported yesterday, “Two of the weapons involved in a drug cartel gunfight last month in Sinaloa, Mexico, that killed five people, including two soldiers and a young beauty queen, have been traced back to the U.S. – one lost during the ATF’s Operation Fast and Furious, the other originally purchased by a supervisory ATF agent who Read more […]